A tool designed to help increase the quality of SELinux policy by identifying possibly dangerous permission pathways, simplifying regression testing and visualizing parts of the policy.
This project requires setools-python3-4.1.0, which is not yet available in Fedora. Please enable the following repository to satisfy this dependency: $dnf copr enable @gitsetroubleshoot/selinux-2.6 && $dnf update
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